Archive for September 2, 2015
We’ve all had it. Heck, I have it right now. If you’re reading this while hunched behind your computer screen, self–consciously checking your reflection in the glare to see if that huge blackhead got angrier as the day went on, then you know what I’m talking about: Acne. Acne is the most prevalent skin disorder affecting the U.S., with fully 40 million sufferers presently accounted for. Even if it’s not a common problem for you, chances are about 85% that you will suffer bouts of acne at some point in your life, and for 40% of unfortunate teens, they will carry scars for the rest of their lives.
Although there are plenty of “home grown” acne treatment options being advertised out there for cystic acne,
Few things strike more fear into a parent’s heart than hearing their child has been seriously injured. The fact is that it happens. Every year, nearly 12 million people between the ages of 5 and 22 are injured playing sports. It ends up costing them at least 20 million school days. These injuries cost nearly $33 million each year in health care costs. The Emergency Room is no longer the only place to go. There are urgent care centers all over the country. There are nearly 20,000 doctors practicing at these centers that usually are open seven days a week. Many clinics do offer children s urgent care.
Football is the most common cause of children are taken for emergency room care or to an urgent car